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Common-Standards Watch: 18 and Counting

With the adoption today of the common standards by Pennsylvania and Louisiana, (according to Louisiana department of education spokeswoman René Greer), the tally for common standards adoption is now 18.

Check our previous blog chatter for a rundown of the other states. And as usual: Stay tuned.

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